Beautiful and magical mathematical music - artists compose a lovely melody assigning notes within the C major scale to numbers to find out what Tau sounds like. Hint: it's good.
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A few weeks ago I posted a link that observed (extremely frustrating) traffic patterns in New York, concentrating on the interactions among cars, bikes and pedestrians. I was happy to find something is being done about it - a few small changes are transforming the streets (and it's about more than bike lanes).
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Is there a superpower for making superpower charts? Because this one takes the cake. No superhero or their special powers left behind.
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Absolutely extraordinary mass photographs from the early 1900s (yes, those are people!). For doubters, here's more on the concept, including a mention of the man behind this photograph and many others like it, Arthur Moles.
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While on the subject of old photographs, these vintage mugshots from the 1920s are truly amazing. Some of the criminals look the part but others look quite dapper. Some even look like fashion photoshoots!
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The future of learning? Maybe not yet, but in the meantime: The Rise and Fall of Rome, via Facebook Newsfeed.
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In the United States, lawn care is a $40 billion a year industry. What’s behind our collective obsession?
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Very cool art installation: sheep sculptures made out of rotary phones. Hmm, I'm sure there's a statement about cell phone usage that could be drawn from this ...
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Coca-Cola creates a truly "green" billboard that will help offset emissions. I wish they would try stuff like that here in Atlanta, the home of Coke and a city with a smog problem!
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